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Old 25th August 2007, 11:49   #61
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How did I measure it? That dyno behind me, butt-waala.
Good.... now we have 2 dynos in India, one in Mumbai & one in banglore.The Dyno guy here charges 3K for 1 run how much do you charge?
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Good.... now we have 2 dynos in India, one in Mumbai & one in banglore.The Dyno guy here charges 3K for 1 run how much do you charge?
I think all you have to do is buy him a meal
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Indian Oil R&D centre has Dynos in their vehicle testing deptt for testing the performance of vehicles with different fuels. I have seen them.
Are u talking of the same dyno?

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Indian Oil R&D centre has Dynos in their vehicle testing deptt for testing the performance of vehicles with different fuels. I have seen them.
Are u talking of the same dyno?
Can we test my car there Kevin Prasad?
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Can we test my car there Kevin Prasad?
Ishan Venkattakutty
I cant test mine for sure.

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Old 25th August 2007, 21:45   #66
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I suppose you guys are talking of a rolling road when you are talking about a dynamometer. I was browsing for some OBD connectors and stumbled upon this alternative for a rolling road Laptop Dyno and OBD2 Scan Tool

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I suppose you guys are talking of a rolling road when you are talking about a dynamometer. I was browsing for some OBD connectors and stumbled upon this alternative for a rolling road Laptop Dyno and OBD2 Scan Tool

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Good.... now we have 2 dynos in India, one in Mumbai & one in banglore.The Dyno guy here charges 3K for 1 run how much do you charge?
Wohi, daaru, meat, icecream, nominal charges.
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V1p3r > just wanted to know if the laptop dyno could be used for a carbed car like mine. i know that the dyno u have uses a OBD II Interface.
Is there any alternative way to check the Hp of a carb car in BLR. Pls help.

And also do we have to actually open the entire engine to use the air flow measuring device. i wanted to check the flow capabilities of my carburetor, and compare it to a mukini racing carb. just to check what the difference could be.
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Well, I don't know who tunes Palios in Europe, but maybe that's because I'm not a big Fiat fan. I do know that in all of Europe, the Palio was only marketed in Turkey, because it's a third-world car. Yes, that's what Fiat thinks we in India deserve.


Maybe you've never heard of Trust, Top Secret, JUN, Spoon, Nismo, HKS and all the other little folks in the land of the rising sun, who do a bang-up job of making their cars go faster.

I have also heard of Viper Performance!!
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V1p3r > just wanted to know if the laptop dyno could be used for a carbed car like mine. i know that the dyno u have uses a OBD II Interface.
Is there any alternative way to check the Hp of a carb car in BLR. Pls help.

And also do we have to actually open the entire engine to use the air flow measuring device. i wanted to check the flow capabilities of my carburetor, and compare it to a mukini racing carb. just to check what the difference could be.
no you would need a obd2 sensor port and maybe you could try desktop dyno which will give you an approximate of what your car is producing by entering your port values your bore stroke size and other stuff.
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V1p3r > just wanted to know if the laptop dyno could be used for a carbed car like mine. i know that the dyno u have uses a OBD II Interface.
Is there any alternative way to check the Hp of a carb car in BLR. Pls help.

And also do we have to actually open the entire engine to use the air flow measuring device. i wanted to check the flow capabilities of my carburetor, and compare it to a mukini racing carb. just to check what the difference could be.
This is closest you can get G-TECH/Pro Homepage atleast it shows difference pretty clearly, if you manage to replicate the driving.
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There is a device called 'Optical Dyno'. This is 90% accurate with the bhp figures.
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V1p3r > just wanted to know if the laptop dyno could be used for a carbed car like mine. i know that the dyno u have uses a OBD II Interface.
Is there any alternative way to check the Hp of a carb car in BLR. Pls help.
Vishal, you can't use a laptop dyno, not the OBD enabled ones, on your car. You need a Gtech or Apexi RSM or something like that.
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Thanks guys, i think the Gtech sounds pretty good. Doesnt Auto meter make something just like this one??
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V1p3r, you get to try all this stuff on your dad's car? He must be really open minded. I thought the blue baleno was your ride, till mcl1885 enlightened me recently.
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